Have you ever thought of adopting a dog? One of the main considerations is what should I choose, Adopt An Adult Dog or a Puppy-Which One Is Better?
Let’s compare between the two choices. Puppies are loveable, hard to resist, cute and funny, loveable, and hard to resist. But they also require an important amount of work, especially when you first bring them home.
Puppies will pee and poop whenever and wherever they want until they are trained. You should start potty training your puppy to do it outside as soon as he comes home.
Puppies like to play and chew and no matter how many toys you buy, your puppy will still grab something on the floor to chew on. If you didn’t lay down the law and teach the pup your house rules, he will continue to violate your house, especially when he’s alone, because he’s lonely and there’s one else to play with.
And always remember, this puppy who will test your patience will soon become a fantastic adult who will be your best friend for a long time.
Now let’s look at adopting an adult dog. He has outgrown his boisterous, high energy puppyhood. Also, he is potty trained and knows the general rules of your house without too much work teaching him.
Adult dogs have fewer medical expenses. Suppose that you adopted your dog from a shelter, he has been examined by a veterinary, which will surely save you a lot of money in future vet bills.
So you have to consider many factors in your decision. However, no matter what dog you will adopt, if it is wisely chosen, you will have a new best friend.
Dogs are a perfect way to help to improve your mental health and also has a best friend. But what about your dog’s mental health? Some, as humans, can dogs get bored which can cause emotional problems in your house. This can even lead to anxiety that can cause real problems with your loyal dog.